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UFC 219 Odds and Predictions: Cyborg vs. Holm

UFC 219 is set to take place in Las Vegas on December 30th. Typically, the UFC’s December occasion is allowed as the large end-of-year display with a card that’s stacked from top to base. On the other hand, the present menu for UFC 219 lacks a little sizzle.
The main event has Cris Cyborg defending her featherweight title against the other ferocious puncher at Holly Holm. On paper, it may look one-sided, but recall the last time we doubted Holm in perceived mismatch title fight?
It is a great matchup, to be sure. Still, there are worries it won’t sell pay-per-views. So now, rumors are swirling about last-minute additions to the card, such as Nate Diaz in some capacity. A trilogy fight with Conor McGregor was the dream, but that will not be occurring as McGregor is dealing with some fallout from his Bellator fiasco and punching a drug cartel associate. Oops.
Those transgressions will keep the Irishman from the UFC octagon for an extended time period, if not permanently.
As for Diaz, he seemingly has been provided everything but the moon. However, the Stockton native is demanding a celestial body, by which I mean totes and bags of cash, until he steps inside an Octagon again.
While one or two bouts could be inserted to provide the card some extra pugilistic goodness, it looks like the main event is put, and I am okay with that. What fans actually need at this point are quality fights, not only big names. And in addition to Cyborg/Holm, we are also going to see Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Edson Barboza, a huge battle that could give another lightweight competition. The weigh-in might be just as striking as the fight given Nurmagomedov struggles to create 155.
While we wait patiently for more shine to be inserted, let us stir the present pot and divide the primary and co-main events of the day for your betting needs.

Read more: todaysportsnews.org
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